Maximizing Motivation During Recovery From Orthopedic Surgery  

There are many factors to help patients achieve a full recovery following orthopedic surgery. As this helpful article points out—don’t go it alone. Arrange for private post-operative nursing care and an experienced RN or Certified Nursing Assistant will be in your home to assist and monitor your vital signs, medication and movement. Nurses will make sure you stay safely on your path to progress, including accompanying you for follow-up visits to the doctor. Talk to Jill Tucker Nursing Services and reserve a specialized nurse or CNA to assure a rapid and thorough recovery. Maximizing Motivation During Recovery

2024-02-20T12:51:44+00:00January 27th, 2017|News|

Orthopedic Surgery Safe For Patients Age 80 And Older, Study Finds  

Jill Tucker, RN says: “It's never too late to improve your quality of life—as well as your mobility and relieve chronic pain. A new study indicates that very elderly patients are considered safe candidates for most orthopedic surgery. The study, covering the last ten years, shows a lowered mortality rate for elderly patients undergoing procedures such as hip and knee replacements—as well as faster recoveries.” Orthopedic Surgery Safe For Patients Age 80 And Older, Study Finds Counselheal.com  July 18, 2014

2019-01-20T17:14:57+00:00July 18th, 2014|News|